Brad Hoylman

Brad Hoylman appears in the following:

End-of-Session State Legislation To Watch

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

From rent law reform to drivers licenses for undocumented New Yorkers, State Senators Brad Hoylman and Luis Sepúlveda discuss pending legislation and what is expected to pass. 

New York Democrats Have a New Plan to Get the President's Tax Returns

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

State Senator Brad Hoylman (D-27) talks about the legislation he is sponsoring to make President Trump's NYS tax returns public.

Passing the Child Victims Act

Monday, January 28, 2019

After languishing in the Senate for over a decade, the state legislature will be passing the long-delayed Child Victims Act on Monday

State of the State: Sen. Stewart-Cousins

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The State Senate Majority Leader responds to Cuomo's State of the State address. 

Have the Boy Scouts Gone Far Enough?

Monday, May 27, 2013

Last week, the Boy Scouts of America voted to lift the ban on gay members, but not gay adult leaders. New York State Senator Brad Hoylman is an openly gay former Eagle Scout and paren...


The Debate Over NYU's Expansion Plan

Monday, March 26, 2012

New York University is the latest city institution to evoke controversy with its ambitious expansion plan, which would more than double the amount of density on two Greenwich Village area superblocks. Vin Cipolla, president of the Municipal Art Society, Brad Hoylman, Chair of Community Board 2, and Mark Crispin Miller, an NYU faculty member, discuss what the plan means for the city, for Greenwich Village, and for NYU faculty and students. The Municipal Art Society is hosting a panel discussion on the merits and drawbacks of the plan on March 27.

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Crime is Movin' On Up

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Recent statistics show crime is movin’ on up to the Upper East Side, Greenwich Village, and other wealthy Manhattan neighborhoods. Senator Tom Duane of District 29 Manhattan, Eugene O’Donnell, Professor of Law and Police Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and Brad Hoylman, Community Board 2 Chairman, talk ...

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